I put a spell on you: the autobiography of Nina Simone

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Pantheon Books, 1991 - Music - 181 pages
Nearly by accident, Nina Simone became a nightclub entertainer, rising swiftly to international stardom in the 1950s and '60s. With daunting courage and unflinching honesty, the great singer often compared to Billie Holliday gives a powerful memoir of her tempestuous life. Simone will embark on a major concert tour throughout America in February. 16 photographs.

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The reviews for this book weren't inspiring, but I love Nina Simone's music and I wanted to know more about her life. I was pleased with the book and enjoyed it wall the way through. I was an easy ... Read full review

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Nina Simone is my favorite singer and she has a multi-layered story to tell. This is a fascinating biography by an equally fascinating personality. Read full review

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Cleary is a filmmaker living in London.

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